Rolls Royce 20/25 (1932)
One of our most popular choices among brides.This vintage Rolls Royce captures the essence of adventure and romance of the 1930's, its raked grill and soft flowing lines gives a sense of spirit. The car remains in it's original colours and has a glass partition affording extra privacy for the passengers. The light body ensures that the passengers all have excellent visibility.The Rolls Royce 20/25 is featured in films such as; "The League of Gentlemen" , "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade" and "Enigma".
Range Rover Sport HSE
Like all Range Rovers, the Sport has a fantastic interior. Testers say it feels more sporting and saloon-like than the regular Range Rover, but still keeps the expensive, high-quality feel. It’s still a large vehicle too, so there’s plenty of space for occupants.
Daimler Empress (1950)
The first post-war Daimlers were the DB18's but they were essentially a continuation of the 1939 models with re-styled bodies that gave more luggage space. Like some of the other models from Daimler the coachbuilders, Hooper were still able to prove their craft and indeed Hooper made some Empress saloons of which this is a very rare example. The extremely luxurious interior means that the car is particularly suited to the Bride to be. Considered by many to be one of the most elegant cars ever made and chosen by Princess Diana on her wedding day.
Jaguar Mark II (1965)
The Jaguar Mark II was introduced in October 1959 and continued in production until 1967. Adhering to Sir William Lyons' maxim of "grace, pace and space", the Mark II is a beautiful, fast and capable saloon. The interior was completely redesigned from the Mark I but retained its luxury and elegance with such amenities as leather and wood veneer. The attention to detail both inside and out, only amplified the ambiance of sophistication. The Mark II is what made Jaguar what it is today and proved sufficiently popular over time to provide an inspiration for the Jaguar S-Type (introduced in 1999).
BMW (M Sport)
Cars do not come much more legendary than the BMW 5-series. Now in its fifth generation the car has been manufactured by the German carmaker since 1972. The 5-Series is a superbly engineered, dynamically excellent car that's a better drive than any other in its class. Inside the cabin the car feels well built and luxurious, it is one of the most spacious executive saloons, especially for rear-seat passengers. Thereâ€™s plenty of room for legs and wedding dresses or possibly bridesmaids dresses!
In keeping with our vintage fleet, we offer an eight seater Mercedes Limousine. Suitable for Bridesmaids, Grooms men or any other family members. This car is also in pristine condition inside and out and comes with full chauffeur service, ribbons and flowers as do all our wedding cars.
Our 1930s style Regent Landaulette finished in black over ivory, is fitted with a semi convertible rear hood that when lowered in seconds, is ideal for some magnificent photography opportunities. This wedding car has an extremely spacious passenger compartment, with the wide doors it helps to accommodate for the most elaborate of bridal gowns.The interior has a stunning finish, with contrasting ivory leather, with sheepskin rugs on the floor. With its modern heating system, lights, CD/radio, seat belts and suspension, this car is especially suited to the longer journeys and winter weddings. This car boasts many period vintage features including chrome wire wheels, running boards, a luggage box fitted to the rear, large chrome vintage headlights, radiator grille, and klaxon horns.